Translation of shopping in Spanish:

shopping

de la compra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈʃɒpɪŋ//ˈʃɑpɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    (act)
    (basket) (before noun) de la compra
    de las compras South America
    to do the shopping hacer las compras South America
    • I've got some shopping to do tengo que hacer algunas compras
    • to go on a shopping spree ir de expedición a las tiendas
    • one of London's main shopping streets una de las calles comerciales más importantes de Londres
    • shopping trip viaje de compras
    • This snazzy function will appeal to anyone who has ever dug for a key in the rain while holding seven carrier bags of shopping.
    • A neighbour claimed to have seen her carrying bags of shopping which have never been found.
    • Coming the other direction were loads of people all carrying huge bags of shopping and duvets bought at Morrisons.
    • I took that everywhere with us and I'd set it up in the hotel room and I'd come back with my carrier bags of shopping and cook.
    • So today, I'm walking down the street, carrying a few bags of shopping.
    • Redmond also visited a cash and carry where he purchased his weekly shopping on Kennedy's account.
    • Here the tourists fight for seats with the elderly locals, usually weighed down with dozens of bags of shopping.
    • In one wave of her hand and a stifled laugh she explained the ridiculous situation of having done her shopping on a day that was snowing like crazy, and having to make her way home with full bags of shopping.
    • I winced as I remembered the number of times I'd walked the long walk up the hill to my room with bags of shopping.
    • His parents were as usual arguing when they got home, snapping at each other as they carried bags of shopping in from the car.
    • Then they walked back out to the car, Victoria laden with three bags of shopping, and drove back to the school.
    • Over the last month I've made much use of the mammoth boot although I have found that, given its flat floor, bags of shopping can slide around unless you make use of the restraining hooks.
    • I am not sure if I will be able to cope with overcrowded trains and a big bag of shopping.
    • When carrying any kind of weight be it heavy bags of shopping or children, always keep it close to you body
    • Discouraged I walked on towards home, bags of heavy shopping in my hands.
    • The only evidence of them staying up late was the bags of shopping that were on the table.
    • I took him straight back to camp and he took a bag of my shopping with him so the guards would think he had just been down to the shops.
    • It was Christine's mum, carrying with her the smell of cheap perfume and three carrier bags of shopping from Tesco's.
    • He pushed her over so he could steal her bag of shopping, her purse and money, before he fled, leaving her lying injured on the ground.
    • She was seen heaving heavy bags of shopping through the Christmas crowds in North London three days after giving birth to her first child.
  • 2

    (purchases)
    compras feminine